As the new year fast approaches, the GOP primaries are quickly becoming clear. With Trump remaining the frontrunner, it is unlikely the other candidates will be able to even come close to challenging him.
Ron DeSantis is fading in the polls, while Nikki Haley appears convinced she can win one or two states and become Trump’s primary challenger.
But a recent comment from Donald Trump is turning many heads. One longshot candidate quickly gained national attention for his brash comments and outsider status. And it looks like Trump has his eye on him.
From WLT Report:
In response to an article about Vivek Ramaswamy’s campaign spending less money on presidential campaign TV ads, Trump took to Truth Social and showed his support for Ramaswamy.
Trump wrote, “He will, I am sure, Endorse me. But Vivek is a good man, and is not done yet!
In a recent post, Donald Trump claimed Vivek Ramaswamy would endorse his campaign. He went on to say that he was a “good man” who was “not done yet.” It’s not clear what Trump meant by “not done yet.”
Is that a hint that Trump plans on giving Ramaswamy a job if he is elected? Or is Trump simply stating that he thinks the man will continue to be a strong leader within the party, for years to come?
Speculation is growing, after Vivek made this move.
Vivek Ramaswamy sparks Trump VP rumors after pulling funding from TV ads.
— AF Post (@AFpost) December 27, 2023
The Republican candidate is pulling money from TV ads. That could be a sign that he is losing steam in the primaries. Or, it might confirm that he is shifting to become a Trump surrogate.
Does this mean Trump is considering him as a running mate? Trump has been very tight-lipped about his VP plans from the very start—as he was in 2016. Many have speculated over whom Trump might select to be his next vice president.
Ramaswamy is a popular name, given his outsider status, experience in the business world, and similar Trumpian boldness. But nothing has been decided yet. We’ll have to wait and see.
- Trump praised Vivek Ramaswamy and gave a hint about his future.
- The former president said Vivek was “not done yet,” which might led to a VP run.
- This comes as Ramaswamy cuts back on ad spending for his presidential campaign.